Held at the Seaport World Trade Center
March 12 - 16, 2014
The designs by our talented Acton Garden Club members!
|Thelma Shoneman -|
Ikebana International Exhibit,Sogetsu School
As part of the Ikebana International exhibit at the Boston Flower and Garden Show, I chose to do a Free Style design in 2 containers representing the Sogetsu School of Ikebana. The design type also includes characteristics of a Composition of curved lines or repetition of similar forms. I chose a container with a curved shape. Using bending techniques, I created circles of Rubikins willow, and manipulated the Aspidistra leaves to express the sense of rhythm. Ikebana designs are not judged but exhibited to discover the beauty of plants and the pleasure of self-expression.
Plant materials: Gerbera Daisy, Rubikins willow,Variegated Cast Iron Plant
|Maureen Christmas - |
Entry day 2, Class 104 "I Love Paris in the Springtime"
One of the most romantic cities in the world, Paris has a place in history for its influence in design. A Traditional Design created in the manner of French Rococo staged on a pedestal 36" high with a 14" diameter top.
Plant materials:Larkspur, Carnation, Lathyrus, Stock, Peony, Poppy, Fern, Ranunculus, Rose, Spray rose, Goldenrod, Tulip
|Laura Lindop - |
Laura was in Class 1. Love is in the Air!!
Plant material: flexigrass, foxtail fern, calla lilies and glorious lilies